More than food, a sandwich can take us to the obesity economics that explain why parts of the world eat too much.
Food and Drink
- Airline Industry
- Developing Economies
- European Union
- Food and Drink
- Food and Entertainment
- Gender Issues
- Income Inequality
- income transparency
- International Trade
- Presidential Economics
- Presidential Election
- Weekly Roundup
What We Are Drinking
In the United States and Globally, water is #1 for beverage consumption but then the two diverge, perhaps with some surprises.
Why Are We Drinking Less Milk?
We can look at the alternatives and at the environment to understand why our milk comnsumption has gone down.
How We’ve Responded To Rising Restaurant Prices
Because chains and smaller eating establishments have dealt with skyrocketing costs differently, restaurant prices were not the only remedy.
Six Facts: Alcohol Economics
Positively and negatively, affecting countires with high and low income, the impact of alcohol economics is global.
Why and Where We Live Alone
With more people in the U.S. and beyond living alone, we can see who is a solo, where they live, and what they purchase.
How We Can Fight Inflation Through a Hot Dog War
Because of competition between Sam’s Club and Costco, shoppers can fight the war against inflation with a hot dog and soda combo.
The Top Ten Economic Ideas That Explain Thanksgiving
Rememebring that economics explains our everyday life, we can use a Thanksgiving top ten to understand our holiday behavior.
How Restaurant Hours Have Changed
For a slew of demand and supply related reasons, chain restaurant hours have been decreasing almost everywhere.
Why Mint Chocolate (Chicken) Could Be Our Next Trendy Food
Looking at trendy food takes us to South Korean tastes and the U.S. history of new foods coming and going.